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Metra 88-00-3302 Select GM Trucks/SUV Stereo Radio Pocket for 99-3002

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Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit
Allows you to snap in this high-grade ABS plastic pocket to replace the removed component with a useful storage area that complements the installation
Replacement Pocket for Use with Metra 99-3002
Painted to match factory dash color
Factory style texture
Equipped from the factory 1995-2001 GM trucks and SUVs have a cassette player or single CD player located separately from the factory radio

Compatible With
Cadillac Escalade (ESV and EXT included) 1999-2002
Chevrolet Astro Van 1996-2005
Chevrolet Avalanche 2002
Chevrolet Express van (full size) 1996-2000
Chevrolet CK Pickup 1995-2000
Chevrolet Silverado Pickup 1999-2002
Chevrolet Suburban 1995-2002
Chevrolet Tahoe 1995-2002
Chevrolet Van (Full Size) Express 1996-2000
GMC Sierra 1995-2002
GMC Savana Full Size Van 1996-2000
GMC Safari Mini Van 1996-2005
GMC Suburban 1995-1999
GMC Yukon/Denali 1995-2002
GMC Yukon XL 2001-2002

Tools Needed
Socket Wrench
Flat Blade Screwdriver

Installation Instructions for Part 88-00-3302.pdf

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